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FSF Cymru info: Andorra v Wales (Tues 9th Sep)

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Wales travel to Andorra for their European Championship qualifier on Tuesday 9th September (KO 8.45pm local time) and, as ever, a team from FSF Cymru will be on hand to help travelling fans.

Find out more about that and loads of other important information – British Embassy contacts, city/pub/restaurant/stadium guides, ticket and travel info – via the link below.

The team say they are expecting good numbers for the game with many fans staying at nearby resorts in France and Spain in the days leading up to the game.

Around 500 fans plan to use Barcelona as their base and, with that in mind, FSF Cymru have included details about the city in their usual guide.

FSF Cymru have contact with the British Embassy and Welsh police – if you need assistance on your trip the FSF Cymru helpline number is +44 7905 861 848.

Know Before You Go

The FSF also works with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Know Before You Go campaign which encourages travellers to swot up on the countries they’re travelling to before stepping on the plane (or bus, or boat – you get the idea).

There’s plenty of useful matchday info on their site along with tips relating to pickpockets, alcohol consumption, and so on – read more on the Andorra v Wales page.

Thanks to Alessandro Grussu for the image reproduced under CC license.

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